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Lojban sentence search

Total: 184 result(s)
pendo
gismu rafsi: ped pe'o x1 is/acts as a friend of/to x2 (experiencer); x2 befriends x1. See also bradi, xendo, nelci, prami, bradi.
pluka
gismu rafsi: puk pu'a x1 (event/state) seems pleasant to/pleases x2 under conditions x3. See also rigni, cmavo list pu'a, melbi, nelci, prami.
selpa'i
lujvo x1 is loved by x2; x1 is a loved one/beloved to x2 See se prami
sorpa'i
lujvo x1=p1 is polyamorous/loves many people (romantic love implied), including, but not limited to, set x2=p2. Romantic love, is, I suppose, not absolutely necessary, but seems likely. See also prami, so'i, sorcinpa'i.
speni
gismu rafsi: spe x1 is married to x2; x1 is a spouse of x2 under law/custom/tradition/system/convention x3. See also prami, gletu.
lo ni mi prami la platon ku no'u li za'u no cu se zmadu lo ni mi prami loi ka jetnu
Plato's my friend, but truth I cherish even more.
kurji
gismu rafsi: kuj ku'i x1 takes-care-of/looks after/attends to/provides for/is caretaker for x2 (object/event/person). Also tends, cares for, keeps; x1 is a keeper/custodian of x2. See also jundi, cinri, prami, raktu, zgana.
sinma
gismu rafsi: si'a x1 esteems/respects/venerates/highly regards x2 [object of respect]. Also: x2 is respected/esteemed/celebrated (= selsi'a for reordered places). See also banli, censa, misno, nelci, prami, salci, jgira.
uai
experimental cmavo attitudinal: friendly/friendishly/amicably/companionship/compatriotship/comradeship - antagonistically/enemyishly See also: ai, au, iu, o'e, ua, ui, kansa, pendo, prami
mi prami lo ka bajra ne se mau ro drata be vo'e
I love to jog more than anything else in the world.
lo nu prami loi jbixa'u be ma'a cu se bilga ma'a
To love our neighbors is our duty.
xu lo nu do prami mi kei cu se fanmo va'o lo nu mi na remlabno
Would you still love me if I wasn't a werewolf?
.i lo nu zgana do cu selsmu lo du'u prami do
Her look says that she loves you.
lo ropa tixnu be la risna noltruni'u cu se prami ci spedji
The Queen of Hearts' only daughter is loved by exactly three suitors.
mi ca'o denpa tu'a lo mi fetsi ke se prami pendo
I'm waiting for my girlfriend.
ki'u ma cazi cusku zo prami ku lo ka cinydjica cu binxo lo ka cinmo
Why is it that, as soon as someone says the word love, lust metamorphoses into passion?